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I recently won a Siemens Simatic S7-1200 PLC with software license in a SkillsUSA competition. I'm learning to do PLC programming as part of my degree, but I'm at a loss as to what I should do with this thing. I was thinking about putting a switch panel in my car to control various functions, but this PLC needs a 24v supply and my car battery is 12v. Is there any way around that? I've also been thinking of an automated bong system, but I'm not sure if it would be viable. Any other ideas for a project I could use this in?
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Im following this instructable http://www.instructables.com/id/3-Emergency-Solar-Radio/?ALLSTEPS to make my own solar radio, and im trying to use some laptop internal speakers i salvaged and trying to wire them to a 3.5 mm headphone jack but its not working, what should i do? pic looks alot like mine (i salvaged mine from a lenovo x220 tablet)

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Old safe I'd left long ago at my parents place went back to get it forgot it ran on battery and now it's dead. I've done some searching around for anything to point me in the right direction to no avail, shy of taking it to a locksmith I've no idea how to open it. There's no keys to it visible or screws I can take out. There's nothing in the safe, I just want to make use of it again. tldr; safe with dead battery need open best image I could find, model on the right.
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Hey /diy/, I'm building a potato cannon tomorrow and I was wondering in my state of highness if pic related would be possible with a piezoelectric igniter. Essentially the sparking units (bolts threaded into the pipe with a ~2mm gap at the ends) being wired in parallel. I apologize for my snapchat drawing skills.
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So, guys, im in the middle of swapping my cars engine and i do not know how to connect alternator and starter. I've got engine wiring which is quite a bit cut - most of plugs are gone but i managed to figure out whats what. Now, the engine is 1.8 K-Series rover engine, no vvc or turbo. There are 4 wires left - brown-violet (x2) brown-yellow(which i presume is control light on dashboard for alternator) and white-brown. Any mechanics could help?
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What is /diy/'s opinion on DIY pallet houses? Are they suitable for wilderness/innawoods retreats? Or for long term/SHTF self-sufficiency even? It seems all you really need to set the initial base up with these is some basic tools, maybe one or two volunteers and some time/proper devotion. There's some neat possibilities here with the basic design imo considering how easy it seems to set up, for example you could build multiple units besides each other and then connect them with each other to get even more space as a result, effectively giving you a small house innawoods for peanuts which you would otherwise have to pay hundreds of thousands of bucks for
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Sup fools, I'm took off work and I'm going to Hodor Freight. What do you need? Last call.
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Is there any way to make my router extremely good. Or just my internet. Also if I got a shit ton of cheap routers and hooked them all together with ethernet switches and shit would it make my WiFi better? Or is that not a thing
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Hey, /diy/. Anyone here have experience making fish tanks/terrariums for animals? I was wondering, how difficult is acrylic to work with? I've been wanting to upgrade my gecko's home (not pic related, got that off google but it's close to what I'd like to build) She's been in a dinky little 10 gallon for a long time now, and someday I'd like to get her a friend to live with. Can't do that in a tank that is barely enough for her!. Basically, is acrylic a beginner friendly material to work with? I don't want to make anything fancy, just something the size of a 20 gallon long aquarium. No fancy trimmings, just an acrylic box, maybe with a side door like in those ready made terrariums. And before anyone asks, I have looked on craig's list. They didn't have anything close to what I'm looking for, and petshops are pretty much non-existent in my area. believe me, I've tried looking for one already made before thinking about building one myself.
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Is there anything more destructive than steel wool?

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My fucking washing machine doesn't get hot water only at 40 degrees. It works perfectly at 60 and 90 degrees. Any ideas?
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What is this furry / salty stuff? Found in old brick house. This wall was replastered 5ish years ago. House has been "wet" as heating hasn't been on in all this time and there was mold everywhere.
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Currently I'm trying to sort out an electronic scooter I just purchased. 200w (4000 rpm) Engine. 24V battery (upgraded from 10ah to 13ah, but it still only runs for an hour) It can take me up hills barely, So I was thinking of upgrading to a more power-consistent Li-Ion. I believe they have a high average potential as they are used. They are expensive as fuck though, I need to attach some rated at 3.7 V and 5AH in parallel and series in order to get: 28.8V and 10ah Li-ion. Can anyone tell me if 10ah is gonna be enough or will it be barely different from the lead-acid 13ah. Another thing I was gonna do was add some super capacitors in series with the batteries in order to put out a temporarily boosted power (only by 2V or something). Will this by any chance fuck up my motor / Li-ion batteries?
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I have an aluminium plaque that I need to clear the oxidation and paint from. The paint is corrosion resistant. So far we've tried white spirits, nail polish remover, and some regular paint/varnish stripper. White spirits did nothing, the nail polish remover seemed to soften the paint but it's not very good. We're currently in the process of trying the stripper, but it doesn't seem to help much either. Has anyone got any recommendations for a)stripping the paint from the nooks and crannies of the etching on the front, and b)removing the aluminium oxide buildup?
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For the plumbers out there, I'm trying to remove this cartridge but I'm all out of ideas and live 20 minutes away from a hardware store. Anyone have any useful advice? I'm thinking this is a delta shower cartridge.

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Before leaving my parent's house I want to start buying some tools since I use everything from my dad. He has everything from chinkshit to nice american and german made, from stanley to knipex. Can /diy/ recommend me some quality but not over the top expensive hand tools like pliers and screwdrivers? Very much appreciated. pic unrelated
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Any ideas to fix this?
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Who farmer here? I'm growing tobacco for the first time. It's exciting.
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I want to wire up a UHF radio (car unit) for home use. I can get a generic plug in the wall adaptor that will output the voltage I need for like <$5 on ebay (pictured). I know I need 12 volts, but my question is about amps. The unit has a 3 amp fuse, so that means I want less than 3 amps doesn't it? Because 3 amps will blow the fuse? So I should be looking for a 12V, 2A adapter shouldn't I?






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